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Pedestrian Fatally Struck by Gold Line Train in Highland Park

[Updated: April 16, 12:10 p.m.] A pedestrian was struck and killed by a Metro Gold Line light train Monday morning in Highland Park. At around 11:13 a.m., a Metro... Read more »

DTSC Director Apologizes to Eastside Residents

[Updated: April 16, 12p.m.] “I’m sorry.” Two words Eastside residents never thought they would hear from the state agency charged with regulating a controversial... Read more »

Surge in Highland Park Gang Shootings Has People Worried

Two people were shot in broad daylight Tuesday in Highland Park near the 300 block of North Avenue 59 and Terrace Drive, just blocks from a parochial school and... Read more »

AQMD Rule Targets Rendering Plants

Driving near any of the five rendering plants in Vernon may cause you to wrinkle your nose and quickly roll up your windows to avoid the unpleasant odor coming from... Read more »

Forum Takes Closer Look at SR-710 Debate

A forum Monday at Cal State Los Angeles billed as a discussion on whether to “Extend or Nor Extend?” the 710 Freeway, turned into a lively debate that could... Read more »

Education Leaders Want More Control

San Gabriel Valley area education leaders say they are frustrated by the lack of control they have over spending decisions in their school districts on everything... Read more »

Vernon Opens Lottery for New Affordable Housing

Employers in the city of Vernon are encouraging their workers to apply for a chance to make the industrial city their home, by applying for one of the soon to open... Read more »

Judge Blocks Start of Immigration Actions

Shouting “Shame on you” and “Si se puede” (Yes, we can), immigrant rights activists, elected officials and union leaders rallied outside Los Angeles City... Read more »

Montebello Hills: Decades In the Waiting

Oil crickets dot the brush-covered hills where the California gnatcatcher, a tiny bird on the U.S. threatened species list makes its home. Metal fencing keeps outsiders... Read more »

Lead Blood Testing Extended for Residents Near Exide

Since hearing that elevated levels of lead were found in soil at Salazar Park in unincorporated East Los Angeles, Reina Rodriguez says she rarely takes her 4-year... Read more »

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